College staff face redundancy after report

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Posted 10/04/2012

Members of staff at a college in the south of England have been informed they are facing redundancy after the institution received a bad report from Ofsted.Lecturers and managers at Lambeth College are facing salary cuts of as much as six per cent and have been told they have to reapply for their jobs, reports Your Local Guardian.However, the representative for the University and College Union (UCU) at the college challenged the findings revealed by Ofsted in its report.”I would say there is anger and confrontation towards senior management. Massive redundancies are very damaging and very destabilising,” they were quoted as saying by the news provider.A college spokesman suggested jobs are going to be offered to internal staff first and claimed the move is not a reflection on the skills of the managers.Lambeth College enrols more than 12,000 students every year, with full-time, part-time, and evening courses from entry level to foundation degrees among the available classes.Posted by Ross Strowger


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